|Papandreou urges new name initiatives, Karatzaferis forecasts Greek failure in The Hague||More passengers transported through Macedonian airports in past two months||Protests erupt across Italy over debt||Macedonian, Montenegro nationals to cross countries' borders with ID cards||Greece: Gas pipelines discussed at Istanbul conference||Bloomberg: Serbia is preparing crisis plan for banks, finance official says||Statement of Commissioner Štefan Füle on the political agreement in Albania||Romania: Anti-corruption report: 971 persons prosecuted in 10 months||Germany assists energy efficiency in Montenegro’s education facilities||Campaign for Dec 4 parliamentary election officially begins||EP Foreign Affairs Committee passes documents on Croatia||Zagreb airport workers threaten strike on Friday||EBRD urges Bulgaria to maintain fiscal discipline, improve business environment||Russian Gazprom eager to set foot on Bulgaria's fuel retail market||China pours EUR 30 M in agriculture in Bulgaria, EU's poorest region||264,000 Croatian citizens living in BiH entitled to vote in Croatia's elections||The U.S. Embassy today opened the EducationUSA Advising Center in Banja Luka.||Over 30,000 people to take part in memorial march in Vukovar on Friday||Hitachi Power Europe transferring best environmental efficiency practices to Serbia Energy Sector||Serbia's public debt nearing 44.3% of GDP limit||New strategy of regulatory reform for improving business conditions to be prepared||Metalworkers want company accounts unblocked||Dacic: Regional police cooperation better than political||Nikolic thinks Serbia will get EU candidate status||LDP:No candidate status without change in priorities||Tadic: Lack of newborns poses most dangerous challenge||Signing of statement of intent on project of construction of Belgrade metro||Cvetkovic to meet with Lellouche||Krkobabic to visit Centre for Asylum-Seekers in Bogovadja||Ciric to sign Memorandum of Understanding with Swarovski representative||Conference on harmonisation of regional activities in disaster prevention||Cvetkovic, EU Commissioner for International Cooperation to meet||Djelic to visit Warsaw||Djelic presents Serbia's progress towards EU in Dublin||Kosovo expected to open its first stock exchange||Serbia open to energy supply projects||Cvetkovic and Erdogan on improvement of cooperation||Nordic Days in Serbia open||KiM Minister: Intensive talks with Serbs in Kosovo||Stefanovic: Still no agreement on crossings||Kosovo PM: Integrated management is border recognition||EU Official: Dialogue to continue on Nov. 21||Quorum problems open issue of Government's survival|
06:42 | 0 | Tanjug
The Convention was the turning point for police cooperation in the Western Balkans and the South East Europe, Dacic pointed out in a statement after the session of the Committee of Ministers of the Convention member states, held in the Bulgarian town of Pravec within the Salzburg
07:03 | 0 | Fena
More than 30,000 people are expected to take part in a memorial march in Vukovar on 18 November, the authorities of the eastern Croatian town said at a news conference on Wednesday.
07:10 | 0 | Fena
The center will be part of a global network consisting of more than 400 counseling centers supported by the United States State Department.
07:14 | 0 | Fena
There are 264,000 Croatian nationals living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are entitled to vote in the forthcoming Croatian parliamentary elections, the official of the Croatian embassy in Sarajevo, Marijana Mikulic told press on Wednesday.
07:16 | 0 | Novinite.com
China's Tianjin State Farms Agribusiness Group Company is investing a total of EUR 10 M in the lease of agricultural land in Northwestern Bulgaria, the poorest EU region, the Bulgarian government announced.
07:19 | 0 | Novinite.com
Russian giant Gazprom, the sole supplier of natural gas to Bulgaria, is preparing to set foot on the local fuel retail market.
07:21 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Key priorities for Bulgaria in 2012 should include maintaining fiscal discipline, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said in its Transition 2011 report.
07:28 | 0 | Croatian Times
Workers of the airport will suspend their duties for several hours as a warning to management unwilling to accept additional terms of the collective agreement.
07:30 | 0 | tportal.hr
The European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday adopted two documents important for Croatia -- a draft resolution on the Accession Treaty and a draft resolution on Croatia's EU membership application.
07:31 | 0 | tportal.hr
The campaign for the December 4 parliamentary election officially began at midnight on Wednesday and will last until midnight on December 2, when an election blackout will begin and last until polling stations close at 7 pm on December 4.
07:33 | 0 | Emg.rs
Finance Minister Milorad Katnić and Regional Director of German Development Bank( KfW) in Southeast Europe Tina Babo signed the loan agreement aimed at implementing the energy efficient reconstruction of education facilities in Montenegro.
07:34 | 0 | Agerpres
According to the report unveiled by Directorate chief Arion Tiganasu Janica, the total number of the prosecuted persons went up 96 percent, a percentage that also reflects with respect to the MAI staff charged with committing crimes. The number of the persons remanded in custody
07:37 | 0 | Emg.rs
The European Commission stands ready to continue its support and cooperation efforts with a view to Albania's EU membership objective.
07:42 | 0 | AMNA
Environment, Energy and Climate Change Minister Yiorgos Papakonstantinou on November 17 attended the 3rd Black Sea Energy and Economic Forum (BSEEF), organised by the Atlantic Council, in Istanbul.
07:44 | 0 | MIA
Macedonian and Montenegro nationals will soon be able to cross borders of both countries with ID cards, agreed Ministers of Interior Gordana Jankuloska and Montenegro counterpart Ivan Brajovic at Thursday's meeting held at the sidelines of the conference of Southeast Europe
07:48 | 0 | MIA
The number of passengers transported through Skopje airport "Alexander the Great" and Ohrid-based "St.Paul the Apostle" in October has increased by 18.9 percent compared to the same month in 2010.
07:49 | 0 | MIA
In his address during the parliamentary debate over the election of the new cabinet, Papandreou urged the new government not to put the name row on 'stand-by', but work on its settlement, reports Macedonian daily "Utrinski Vesnik" from Athens.